the trial as you thought it would be. >> well, i don't think he -- i don't think this was a racially motivated killing. i don't think so. i think he opened up the door, he saw a person there, and he pulled the trigger. however, during the trial, the defense attorney brought race in to the case. during the trial, she asked him, well, why did you buy the gun? and he said well, the neighborhood was changing. that's a buzz word. that's a buzz word. the white people are moving out, black people are moving in. asked him further questions, people were selling their hous houses. people were moving out of the neighborhood. those were buzz words. although race was not mentioned. then in closing argument, although race was never, ever mentioned, she said to the jury, this case did not involve race. now why did she bring race in to this trial? she brought race in to the trial because there were eight white jurors and four blacks.